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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p rcRubl very Friday I r t4 inniai exunn f9nlif II I i VOLUME XiX MT VEUNON liOCI CAST LE COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 1 1905 NUMBER 9 III tCII t f tO WE=r V t And Sell It For Less WHY no Hundreds- i ofPeo1eBu- yall Their Goods Here LOWER PRICES for Same Goodsthats wlyy i J is j iJD rYfL 33G 32 o 7o i m Furniture Carpets Mattings and Nuggets Felt Boots Mens and Ladies Rubbers Shoes every Kind and Size for Eyerybociyf Mens Youths anti Childrens Hats Best Line of XV Overcoats in Rockcastle Miens Youths and Children Suits f Groceries 20 pounds Granulated Sugar One Dollar Dry Goods Notions and Furnishings L z Ladies Misses Jackets Cloaks tend Wraps Ladies Fascinators need Underwear j x3x3d rJw wP Hardware and QncenswalcBlank Books F Stoneware and Stationery c BARGAINS Hsi d III SSIIU Stylish Dress ilIIAtRRI mJiJHH ICOMFORT wIll nw SHOSIs what you will have if you buy a pair of the Celebrated W L DOUvJ vs iiiujj Thy are made over th3 foot form the last and combine Fit Style Wear and Comfort in the Best Shoes You EverSaw In 250 3 and 350 This shoe stands for all that is best in the making of Shoes We have our winter stock on the shelves all the different leathers styles and widths If you want to get the worth of your money and make your feet pla3J give us the opportuni ty and we will do the rest We sell everything but if There Is one line more than another which tickles our it s our complete line of DOUGLAS SHOES tJ J Jt is t q h Jr fnwi I 4 Kentucky State News ITHE STATE LLEGEI To Remove the Institu tion To Some Other City Lexington Ky Nov 27It became known here that a discussion among several trustees of State college in favor of removal of the Institution to some other city in the state local prejudice being alleged had Crystal- lIzed into a deSnlte plan to recom mend the step to the net legislature Of six trustees communicated with five oppose the prop cjtton ue plant here is worth over a million dollars and by reason of the fact that the city gave the grounds updu which it is lo cated the pant would revert to the city The governmentexperiment sta ion nas a handsome building and grounds in conjunction with the co lege and the government would baveI tte right to protest should the legis lature attempt the action suggested Judge Henry S Earlier of Ilsville- f member of the court of appeals Is credited with being behind the move In a statement he favors the removal of the colege to Louisville but says P1anlwhichEARLY CLOSING It Is Ruinous To Trade Says Coving ton and Newport Merchants IIandat tho time stipulated by the RetailIClerks union resulted In driving to Cincinnati stores has stores keeping open beyond the hour flied by the union shall no longer be declared unfair to union labor A pro vis on is made that satisfactory are rangements must be estabMshed to give the clerks the hours demanded by the union by other clerks taking turns at long and short nights DR GALVINS SCHEME He Proposes a Public Denist For the Children of Loulsvllls Louisville Ky Nov 27The Falls City will have a public school tooth extractor and repairer before many pays if the resolution which Dr J W Calvin member of the Louisville school board will present at the next meeting of the holy is Adopted Tll nieasarg provides for the anointment of a dentist at the expense of the pub lie to look after tern teeth of the pu Pla Rifled a Letter Louisville Ky Nov 27Harry Mc who cams1 there one week ago rom Cincinnati was arcst dblteetlves Maher nnd Sexton on a war rant issued at the instance of Joseph daughter It Is alleged by Slaughter bat he gave McGrasv a letter con alning and instead of maWng it ItGjaw opened it and appropriated the contents Peer Ball Will Return Lexington Ky Nov 27Col nog irs Williams left for Mlddlesboro to investigate the further necessity of troops In Bell county Since the troops were sent there nine men have been arraste Frank Bill is still at large ome people fear Ball will return to reorganize hs gang after the soldiers are withdrawn Glenn Residence Burned Covingtoa Ky Nov 27lhe beau tiful home of Hon Dudley A Glenn u Dinmore Park Latonia was stroyed by fire presumably starting from a defective dud Mr Glenn had Lo property Insured for brt the damage it is estimated will be double that amount A 10000 Damage Suit Winchester Ky Nov 27A suit for damages in the sum of 10000 has been filed in the circuit court by E T Woodford a prominent young fanner against H B Schriyer a merchant hare and Woodson McChord sheriff of Cark county the result of a whipping nfficy Suddenly Stmmoned Newport Ky Nov 27While sit ting with his family in the Woolsack building on Fourth street Wm W Mc Vay janitor of that building and also of St Pauls Episcopal church was suddenly seized with a hemorrhage of the lungs and expired soon afterward Turkeys For the Eastern Market Frankfort Ky Nov 27 Central Kentucky Is the greatest turkeyrais ing section in the world and it i tram there that at least 1000000 pounds have already gone to Boston New York Phlladeiphla and Baltimore for the Thanksgiving season rMlstaken For a Burglar Ky Nov 27MlssF- annie West daughter of Constabl- William H West shot and probabl- fatally wounded her brother Joseph West She mistook him for a burglar as he was entering the house and shot- him through the neck INot a Candidate For Governor Ky Nov 27HenrS- Vatterson of the Courier Journal an oounces that he will not accept a nom nation for governor of Kentucky o any other office even in the event tha were unanimously tendered him lit Woman Attempts Suicide Lexington Ky Nov 27Miss Mary a pretty young girl formerly of HaysvUle but now in business this city attempted suicide by takin morphine The cause of the rash act Is not known llOlE lIODTARDTAR- Nos Sjrow is Pasuao I CHASE BURGLAR FROM HOUSE Later a Baby Girl Was Born To the Brave Woman Louisville Ky Nov 28A thief en tered the house of Patrolman Clarence M Borders at 1533 Eighth street in the morning at 250 oclock and after Mrs Borders had chased the man from the premises she gave birth to a baby girl Patrolman Borders appear ed at the home at this juncutre and started in pursuit of the thief Patrol man ORlIey joined him At Eighth and Breoklnrldge streets they found William OBijan and locked him on a chr e of ho s br akw COL HINDMAN RESIGNS Haldeman May Succeed Commander of First Kentucky Regiment Louisville Ky Nov 28Col Blscoe HInc Dan has resigned as commander- of the First Kentucky regiment the resignation going to Gov Beckham late Saturday night It is understood that a commission composed of officers of the First Kentucky will call upon lion W B Haldeman editor of The Times and ask him to stand for elec lion to the command VIVA VOCE VOTE The Proposition Ws Defeated at the Recent Election Frankfort Ky Nov 2SThe prop osition submitted to the voters of Kentucky at the recent selection to amend the constitution so as to return to the viva voce system qf voting was de feated on the official count Monday by 38871 votes Only 93 of the 113 counties of the state reported any vote on the proposition and the total vote cast was only 150027 Died in New Mexico Richmond Ky Nov 28Mrs Annie Black wife of Dr James D Black a prominent physician of this city who went to Las Vegas N M several months ago for her health died at thpt pace Before her marriage she was Miss Fish daughter of Dr Fish of Stanford Ky Burglars Overlooked Plunder Dnytqn Ky Nov 28Burglars en tered the residence of W J Munster 309 Sixth avenue and got away with some sllverware pair of gold specta citse and 0 quantity of bacon and eggs They overlook three overcoats valuable silver piate and a purse con taming 50 To Call on Gov Beckham Frankfurt Ky Nov S8Gen Ste phen D Iee commander of the Con federate veterans will arrive here to hinttobly an appropriation for a soldiers monument in the National Park at Vckl our Delegates To Be Banqueted Covington Ky Nov 28 Trades and Labor Assemby of Kenton and Campbell counties will tenders banquet to the delegates attending the Kentucky State Federation of Labor convention at Odd Fellows hall in Covln ton Monday evening December 1205 Deal For Oil Lands Stearns Ky Nov 28A deal was closed here for the sale of the oil property of whch a large portion was owned by Miss Mary O Russell The purchase was made by Chicago and Columbus 0 capitalists who have been hero several days Hayden Alexander Dead Milton Ky Nov 28 Hayoen Alexander aged 79 is dead at the home of his soninlaw Nathan Barnes in the county of a complication of diseases He was n member of the Baptist church and at one time was a promi nent farmer Dr T Tandy Dies in Kansas Milton Ky Nov 2SW H Tandy received a telegram notifying him of the death of his brother Dr T B Tan dy of Windfield Kan Dr Tandy was about 50 years old and was formerly a practicing physician of Carroll county Stays in Lexington Lexington Ky Nov 28Tie re port that a movement is on foot to move the Kentucky State college from this city to some other point in the state seems to be without foundation The trustees report the rumor absurd Died in the Street Hartford Ky Nov 2SWhih apparlapt chant of Hartford aged C5 years s denly sank to the ground and died be fore a physician could be summoned Senator Bailey Buys a Farm Lexington Ky Nov 28 United States Senator Joe W Bailey of Tex as bought the Freeman farm near estabeandyLexington Bonds Sold Lexington Ky Nov 28The via duct bonds to the value of 27000 were sold by Mayor Combs at noonMonday VaultyCo of this cltyfor a 39690 TEarthtal of CapL J T Duffy was a large and imposing one Capt A H Dugari was buried Monday afternoon His funeral was a very large one togbodies of the dead for vultures fOIJIIONErAlm1AR sto pat5vooez hsadhoQ1hat pt 1 Ji 1887 cD c3 f f These Are Prices That I tlnterestyrvt1VJYL YouIi j 11Mtns and Boys Caps 10 to 50 centsIMens and Boys Hats 150 to each Mens Suits 250 to Mens Overcoats 44 to51ong 450 toIiB- oys Suits coat vest and pants 12 to 56 per suit Boys Overcoats to 19 years old gcod quality 275 to 4each Bos Knee Pants Suit size to 16 SOC to per suit pairII3xC Yd Overall quality450Ladies25 Ladies 5Ladiesheavy medi heavy upIpairI u Established 1VL 1 2 i 9 4 2 Qeach ofGranulated Star rJI Above few ofour prices telling how sell goods Give tk 1CIiBROI KENTUCKY Headquarters Bargains vDC3 B mmmm mBEIi tjThe Gibralter of Rockcastle Institutions i CITIZeNS BftNK 1mI OF BRODHEAD =the people safe and conservative Banking Systemiii Individual 7j m Give your business guarantee pleas ant profitable relationmmPay per interest deposits 100 more when the bank heck meelupon period of months XJ HUTCHESON ttJ iIti iFfiPB SBSSBB FSS B S LEVEL GBEN Hickory cutting and hauling the of day now place TIe hustling manager the spoke mll Mr Miller has gun and ship spokes of our best citizens Sam Vanhook will go Missouri locate regret Mr Vanhoolt up probably for the better He has been health for sometimes hope the move will do him good Broughton having fine now especially game and eggs Mr Brcughtou progressive business man and can maize succes anything attempts He has employed Wm Brown head teamster Cole man suffering from very had neck which scrofula nature now under treatment with Dr PriceWm Wade Brown were Mt Vernon this week business There series meetings being conducted Freedom by Rev Tom Smith Pulaskr Broughton bassold his mercantile business Ottawa Joe Cash Maretburg wjll give posses sion the isth of next month Baker will have sale all his personal property Saturday Dec preparatory going to Missouri Mr Bikerisa good citizen progressive farmer and regretfullygfve ttpThere were services Friendship church Saturday and Sunday conducted by the regular pastor Reubiti Todd Miss Ethel Brown who been 1 Mens Underwear 4SC i per suit- Mens 45c i price Coats match same Si Dress Skirts 2 4 Ladies and weight shoes for winter 950 per pair Mens shoes 100 pair and Mens 275 per s call let M HEAD I we all of in W Casher saw We but and Broughton and and Wm and him has 150 visiting grandparents Science Hill has returned after very enjoyable trip Trader Mullins still ing top pricesI for and fat hogsWe soon have new citizens James Bullock and family near Mt Vernon will soon move into the residence just recently vacated by Mr Vanhook PRAISI CHAMBERLAINS- COUGH REMEDY There medicine itfact red that ha received praise and many expressions latitude Chamberlains Remedy effective prompt follows its andI Grateful parents everywhere do not besitato testify merits for the berefit of others ceatain cure for croup will prevent the attack given first of the disease itlISphreys well known resident and clerk tLe store Mr Lock Iricaberlrns Covgli Remedy to ward off Croup and my family I found very satisfactory and gives pleasure recom For sale by Chas Davis leading druggist OTTAWA W Broughton our hustling merchant sold his store Cash of Maretbnrg who take possession ecI51trs Johnson sick list this weekher Jack taswell hasre turned home from Lexington fi c a Bed Blankets 65c 4 per pair The best allwool Best grade Flour joe sack Roasted Coffee 15c r Three bars Big Deal Soap toe Yf Five bars Daniel Boone Soap j Three Twists Gran Tob loc One Wheelman Green Soc One plug Tob 400 all sizes pound Sheet Iron Heating Stoves wood 225 275 Heating Stoves for coal 3 550 according size Fourcap Cook Stove complete 325 Good Sewing Machine 1250 ii vare a we n and us show you for 0 3 L lxi r KY m YJ Offers to a f i us and a f and 3 cent on Yl or left and not for a six m oBb is order the at this of be to Qne to to to give it is in ill we H C is a trade iu is a a in he H as is a is of a is and H in on is a of at of Mose at to of of Plato a of 2 to we at to to to at to um to us at home a O is pa geese are to of IN 01 is no other man so much so of a Cough It is relief to its and It is a if at the ap It is a in of E colds in it to be it me to mend it G M has to J S will J H is on the to A to 50 are f Good toe lb ft Nails 3C to 25 to to s 7 spend the winter with his Father Jack says he is goihg to sit around Henrys fire this winterMr and Mrs fV L Cash are visiting eft Lexing ton this week his brotherinlaw Mr Charley John sonMr Ed Cox and Martin Hilton was up frodhead Sunday last and look dinner with Joe Albright of near this placeMr James Thompson made a flying trip to Corbin Monday last on legal busi nessMrs Eliza A Smith is numbered with the sick at this writing Mr Jeff Owens better known as Lark says that he is the champion mbil and bird hunter of this place He says he has killed 52 in the last week Mrs W P Hayes visited this place Monday last Miss Ina Brown t lis numbered witlj the sickMr Charley Brown has returned home from Indiana after a five months stay out there He will not go back this winter He was gladly met by his many friends and school mates Corn gathering is the or der of the dayMr Dock Cash is building himself new barnRev Dock Gooch failed to fill his regular appointment at Uniou Ridge church Saturday and Sunday last famIplace was visiting at Brodhead last week President Roosevelt has senta message of congratulation to Kingly Haakon VII the new ruler of Ndr way j MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY PECK RR 1905 Published every Friday bJlj HOGAN S ALKRIGIIT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR I Advertising rules made known application The ritizns of Mt Vernon waiting re anxiously to see what the newly elected town offkias a going to do Some gay that the boar of trustees or at least a portion of thrm do not expect tobe sworn in and if thev ate nothing will dons whie others say that t hoard nil irv to make some mu nee el improvements The time is now up for something to he do Inth car of an orga izatkm of thectucil and the soonerx good work 1started the better will he Jude James Hargis and four other nonrnees on his ticket have filed petitions contesting the election of the Fusion ticket iu Brea itt county The Fusionists claim that they area i the right side a we sincerely hope they are etits Jndge Hargis and all others of kind step to the rear where they tightly belong tiTie entry of W B Halderman in the Senatorial race is generally looked upon by the Paynter boom ers aFn kind o a joke but wL old Joe lands the plum which he is as sure to do as the Kentucky Ie qishture convenes some one is going r n to feel that thev have heen joked NEWS IT E 318 A Kentucky State Association l I Railroad Surgeons was organic yesterdBy at Lexington rdThe Colorado Supreme Cotnt S filed Senator Thomas M Patterson 1000 and costs for contempt if court The German Government has formally denounced the tariff agree ment that was made in 1900 with the United States In honor of Thanksgiving d Gov Cox of Tennessee has extended clemency to 10 convicts iu the penitentiary at Nashville Rev Cornelius Moore of Jack son county who had been a BapS tist minister over 60 years died on Tuesday at the age of 96 A message was received here yesterday morning stating that a brother of Mr H G Edwards had been killed at Knoxville No par ticulars as to how the killing oc cur red Thomas F Rice of Grayso- while moving his household goods to Arkansas was found dead fn a boxcar containing his live stock at Russell Ky He had been shotI through the beast The mutinous ships at S ebast pol have surrendered after heir bombarded forslj hours by tb remainder of the fleet and the shore batteries and reduced to a sinking condition Many of tlie members of their crews were killed or woun ded A special from Frankfort dalefl Nov 28th says Frank Haul Stepp a sixteen yearold boy ilOI1I Halan county sentenced to serve life imprisonment for killing his cousin James Stepp arrived her this morning and when he stepped ejwayhim in charge got drunk in Lexinga ton and was unable to take charge of him so he was going to the penitentiary by himself to serve bis time The officers boarded the train and yanked out the drunken deputy whose name is Tom Ward and after obtaining the commitment papers from him locked him up in the workhouse The boy was taken to see Gov Beckham before he was formerly incarcerated in prison and told a pitiful story He said he was sorry he had killed his cousin which be had done with an ax arid that he concluded it was his duty to try tIt do penance by serving out his se itence rather than to escape as from the drunken officer which he could easily have done Itis jikely that a strong effort ter will be made to have the boy par teyform r- p rCr Vine person are deed inchtdin the entire engiufevirjg crea of t boat as the result of the wreck the steamer Mntadfa at tlie moat of Dululh ship canal Tuesday afternoon LouisvillI r quitDotat ICJeveJand 0agaInst Litbler m an oltlp She alleges that she has been annoyed and humiliated through present tion of the play upon the stage The Interstate Commerce Com remission has ent to Chairman Elk ins of the Senate Comiuittte on Interstate Commerce a draft ctlle bill which has been prepared by enirghechover the present law neSNIDER SiglelewIIitems from here once and a while Snider is rear the foot of Gip Hill and promises to be something of a passing point in the future Tl L N R R has already ma habout oo improvements the pa summer in the way of seCllO1- n houses and grounds and we expr the near future to have a dep ofJlSthe roadtrill demand something o this kind at this pom Dave Grant and family have moved into the new section houe just finished and Old Capt S P McClure will move into thclaiQe1 enone next weekWe had theP lea5 ore of hearing tin Rev Mr Rtw Vienu church Thursday night the 22iiij and it was different from the a nghostusually heard andwe could not help but notice how much dif peoodfor the Rev Rowley to come again- or some one like him GREAT LAND GRAFT How the Crooks Work in the In dian Territory The national council of the Creek Indians has prepared a petition to Uae are the owners of what are known as the nigger lands The negro owners are decend ents of the slaves once owned the Five Civilized Tribes of bI CongressiuJUgs they are known as freed men Itto distinguish them from the Indian allottee with whom they stand on an equal footing except they are permitted to sell their surplus lands at any time whereas the india t is hedged about by reo strictious which can be removed Secretsniy In the last two ears more than 10000 negroes have received a quarter section apiece of the farming lands with an unre tri t eel right to sell all but a forty acre drawnoLPi ory t expert crook eey s In many cases the grafter WCIj the following scheme to get tly1 laud from the negro He bargain for a certain part of the land sav nacres for a certain sum of mooR cy Taking advantage oftheij If Durance of the negro he makes out the papers for the entire tract oj oo acres or more Of course tTse seller makes a kick when he finds out what has heen done to hii r Itimply1 and nobody will believe a nigger Hesides there is a general dispo iv lion to take the view that as h e hisglc J saledanyhowIgenerally sate cnougii but it iso pets to the serious objection that calls for the payment of at Last a of IIngrafter has a cheap way of getti Tegulttions rgtllncultmal tpse of this provision and contracts SIbetween a lease and a StogivingaLjcItyhe cannot sell that under a stIby that time B Bfnt to confiue their to the woe separating the Indian TerrifoC II- f I tftoare troll ofbe disposed to interfere pcrhbing the white man who buys the land from limn that the public cotIscience takes alarm lrOne scheme is this When the new copier gets pn session of a piece o land he makes taIanot put on recorduntil after ti land has been sold As soon as 115 buyet pays the money but before the deed is put qii file the confed crate files a five year lease on the same In landJpurchaser had paid 2000 for ia acres When he went to take pos session he was confronted by the wan who held the lease and lIii4payingJo0 and was permitted to OCCUpY the land particnw4wit In such cases it sometimes canes necessary for the graft make ue of ihe latest and nto complicrttfcd machinery This ia iullhad secured a valuable quitter fec tion uf choice bottom loud 1ctTh first member ora gang a itttakingof a on a young part imjSaotheiup a reek Iniyer Of course he calfIthat the old darkey forgot all ah he mortgage and sold it to hi layiljf1timsdf liable to a penitent art sentence ntemhIerg gang appears nest hIe- Id negro on the charge of senl mortgaged About l Cjcklegrintr s up Of course he saves the dark front the pen and the lan y e frets three forties of choice bottom- land as his lee which is divided ffpT CTheparticular tract is of interest 6 sauiegangijdid easteEImcrtold that their loan company f would leas Hint 500 on the II He made the loan but dt5COel when too late that he had been ceived in staking out the papet and instead of giving a land mono gage he had been duped into giving a trust deed conveying the prop tv to the creditor without notice the loan was not paid at the min ute of maturitvlLand Sales I or one of mv dptities will fell to the highest Iidd r at the front door of the court house on Mon day nI 25 iSji beiiig county county day the following tracts or land for taxes for the year 1905 H11ate S R C restIJName Nncres TxILlildcost Br ant Acv 90 fig 91 Cummins W C 2 365 Doan Henry A lot Pine Hill ifr Davidson Jll 30 450 Mink Lvcy lot ill lIt Vernon 296 36PaynePitman Mary 75 4 yrs 685 heirs 160 2 yrs zg2u Winsted James 35 40 DISTRICT No 2 34Bryant4 yesUD s4SzCuaulinsJones Mrs J M 236 2 yrs 330 6Ping QIf1Blazer Frank too bf 30SCheiiault 582Estridge 10ChoHigginbotham Howard Rosa 3 a b GSSIsaacs 35lohnsoa 4 6 32Ij 6ccrSheplierdpherd Alfr dnr 75 487 and 5925mithJack IVaJk550Jones be tllJboakerrewer James 100 688 ain Samuel 30 3SIfUI ain James 833tVirgil 5i 381 JC 7 5PayDizney ProfJ5l2yrfo 8 31 Jolol s James 10 2 vii ic 1lralfm 50 GaddJG 3 rs Pog 30Cal 582 391illnrvey 3Iloskins 65 77 Hansfielc1 Majhn e Co 201 9- 1IcVlillerTj 703fTHer Crackzo 354 McGuire Andy 120 4 4Parris53 Russell C1 2 to 391 ftIej39WddleDISTKICT NO5 Baker Robt n r 50 z vBurnettBowels Thqs n r too 296 fioffeYAton 4 97 Drew Margaret 70 2 yrs 392 5821IfDurham 3l i 37rec 62 yesstiniuci o Morris F M 75 2 yrs 733 40991ypaMullinsMullins Susan n r too I Mullin Mfs JC 85 McGaire Johny 15 3 22 Ponder IL L 25 Willis 100 2 yrs Jno 50 z yrs inns Lettie 75 3 ii Woocfou Geo 65 z 48I DISTRICT No6 772f4491NewconbNaJ1cy Rutherford Alex 20 433 Rodiuson S J 85 380 rcll1il1 69rcahjiTownsend Ge Jrgc 20 250 DISTRICT 07 92r3Browning ri Brodheacl heirs 200 5gi Joe Lot Livingston 315 wa J Tn r 38 4 10I Kikin Fred 75 275 75tlkin 275I 275 2951HamptonHellard Gre n 100 45ojn Hilton heirs 30 Kelley JJ 40 yrs 3955dLawson Molly 85 250 Level Sallin r 600 sr 54 Martin Geo 4olJ5Moberly J W 25 635 5ifz MnUiu j C lot Livingston 1069 McDowell Win So 592 McIabb W J zoo 2 yes 14451 4021Rockcastle446 13 57 Shere Win 25 497 iI Smith Nanne lot Livinj tort 391 Steel L D lot in 5 IIWithersWoodson J W 8 2 yrs ti DISTRICT Ng8 J71 Boon Rice 25 4 7BoseSS DISTRICT No y BroVnCjnr 25 296 Ctiminins Matilda leo 486peens Andrew n r 54 482 Smvder Mal ina n r 65 391 Thompson Wm n r 15 226 Wallin Louisa 140 39ij Wallin Sophia 83 354 toz If Adams Sally A 100 296 1Brinkley M F n r too 391 s T 20 1831JMary E 63 325 JKag Wm 75 40 E S 65 2 yrs Si2 Madox heirs 121OweDs DISTUICT in two toVnJotsI Johnson R M So 3 yrs 2518 CKvens Mrs Donie 75 4 S5 Peinington Henry 30 402 Reynolds TJiurice 61 343 Saylor Chas u r 149 5SI inCROUPNot a minute shoud be lost when a child shows symptoms of crow Chamberlains Cough Rem edygiven assoon as the child be comes hoarse or even after the nits pIventis pleasant and safe to take sionSold by Chas C Davis the leading goddruggist Politics in Paintsville seems to 200 in the shade while the black estoy11 earthly stains ingrati out upon her how Chimborazo above her neigh WtboriDcause John C C Mays was defeated 0 lomAQTARI Clues Oeldai Pravmts Pneumonia L A JrJ Use3IOnly Cream 01 Tartar IBakinad 37Food made vith alum baking powder carries alum the Stomach unchanged positivelya9demonstrated this and that 4sHIsCapt Smith our efficient section foreman made a trip over the road ES this week with the other foremen inspecting the different sections Willtta9Iut KM went on the ra tine same mission The L nudetall expenses and the so foremen had a most enjoyable 30trip the object of which was to ex change ideas on busines 1r1 JSj2ii torture can trull fully say writes Ha hwia = Ig end prorrcing piles Buckiensij nici Salve is the best cure trade Also best for cut burns and injuries 25c at Mt Vernon Drug Cos drugstore M G Tillett is here irom Lan buying mules He has r one pair otton mules atj 250 and a mining mule at ti7J11 Tillett is a hustler and always wil to top prices He and L 3William Burton ofIancaser tra together and are always as librr with sellers as any firm Bo excellent gentlemen Since for going was put in type this mar g Mr Tillett bought of EugetneifBurd ette Brown a pie of mare mules for 275 Mr Tiilett williMt Vernon Monday Dec t tt ijTSays the Kopkinsville ian The Hon John G Carlisles ylswollen leg is better and be is out rt danger Some of the defeated can M leI45know hw o sympathize with any e Will has a Sore leg IS The Comnittte of the Febl Minded Institute at J Frankfort heir annual report ask for an a ppropriatiou for the enlargenieii it that in tizution it has i8f in mates and is badly crowded A million tollar s being pr jcted hotellompamlwith flit Phjenix peeslents ought Garrett D Wilsons stable vhiclpadjoins the hotel l lD HE above picture of the tradeIlIlarkand is the synonym for strcngrh and purity Jt is sold almost tilt the civilized coun globeJf became extinct calamitfrom its liver snrpasses all other in Wpropertiesproprietors of Scotts Emul found a way of preparing liver od so that everyone can jtheIHesttlackwurdchddreu thin delicate people andnil conditions of and lost strength FUR ISnd for pee sample fSUI 1TNVEST t TEII raand ilcnas inir I It tivll pay you to investigate our pricts aul give I u your trade We pay you the highest ry y ur produce and you go away satisfied o- SiSfeciai Bargains in Winter Comkl mA C HIATT I HI ATT Y m I rnBB Jj m RATS Hafs MA TSH 1 cJw= II ItAYE just resumed from the city witha beutti fiiJ line of I A1sBABY CAPS Childrens School Hats nnil invite the ladies of the county tu om gircnfe a calf I nui sure I will piease von 1ly 1-s fIrfjwlG r r A 7cr 1I1r1f donso before buying J J PRICE tad QUALITY hotl1will suityou t VA Wn rkCOX MV Phone Mt Vernon Ky 661 w c pc IrX r czaMXxmKe 3t JONAS McKENZIE r1COM COME stoVyou a good selection of Dry Goods and Notions CLOTHING We carrry a fun line of alla I sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right- Y ours vets truly Phono No 83 JONAS McKENZIE 4r JONAS McKENZIE v s YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON will give it carefulattention This message applies to the men and the women alike deX10oposits of checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS CashierI t AyerPills your moustache or beard abeautiM brown or rich black Use ULtTHEcouce- aa CURE THE LUNGS 1jcONSUHPTION and OLDS PriceI forallTHROATor KOIiEYIlAcx w The great rule of healthlKeep the bowels regular medicineAyers BVCKINGHAMSliVESNITCSDSDa5l1 n TO CONS UIPTIFEFI The undenit med haying beenhealth restored toby simple means after severn Te rs with a ertire sutlcrimg for and that Tread diseuse an does to CozSUNMtox is IUtTfrsIt he rillchee fulblIeud of prescription freeofcharge avirY find a sure y althroatsulferers will hopeshs aU sable9hosedesinagthepreseriptlon which nay drov a neEnweAen- j 5j j MT V RNONSIG LIiF =MTIi RWNKy rEC 19Q 1I Z 9 Cell up No SICNALL91you went to cute wltli s p I V- f cJLouitvrtLC L TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 21 north 332 a m 23 south 124 pn 21 South 1236 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky 1Jstolfif xs nr mt class mril matter PERSONAL D C Donan spent yesterday in cityMr Mr J W Rider are n Upton Mrs Emmett Hansel is with eel atives here Rev B S Davault has moved back to Isis farm Bra agfew days this week Miss Risse Williams has been very sick this week C C Davis was in Louisvill this week buying Xmas goods Robert and E B Cox were in Louisville Monday buying goods Miss Margaret Fish has returned from a weeks visit in Tennessee Miss Bessie Mulling spent y ester dav with relatives in Corbin Mrs Sallie Soward left Sund y night for Cincinnati to join htr wife of J H Harp who t use to be Miss Nannie Carmical a girl baby Jonas McKenzie and W A B Davis are at London serving as Federal jurors Miss Fannie Sparks was at home from CampbellHagerman to spend Thanksgiving Miss Ada Shouse of Fountain Head Tenn is visiting her daugh ter Mrs R B Mulllns t Miss Lina Kennedy passed through to London Wednesda3 to visit Miss Lucy McKee Miss Ida M Taylor is in Balti more this week in the interest of- the Brown Memorial School Mr Claybourne Arthur of ViiI liamsbur GfC Fishs Saturday and Sunday Misses Fannie Colyerand Fannie t Mullins have returned from a visit to Miss Mary Colyer in Louisville sulphurfters Mesdaines II L Tate anti J 1FGriffin 1fnsW M Poynter ate Thanksgiving dinner with Mr and Mrs R E Thompson near Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs Dud Wallen of Crab Orchard were here Saturday to see Sheriff H L Tate whose condition remains unchanged Mr E C Menifee and family were visiting Mrs Menifees moth er Mrs Sis Coffey and other relatives and friends near Wild ie last l and Mrs1 C Williams were guests of relatives here Sun day and Monday Mr Williams s mush pleased with his new hornP l in writes us that be has resigned his position as streetcar conductor in Cincinnati and will probablY accept a position in New Orleans Dr and Mrs M Pennington left Sunday for Ashville N C lor Mrs Penningtons health They stopped off at Williarasburg and remained over until last night The doctor will return as soon as he can leave Mrs Penuiugton Mrs J H Baxter left yesterday for Chicago where she will spend two weeks with datives helot joiningMr Baxter in C lirado The many friends of Rev Haxter will be glad to know that he h s charge of a fl urishinn church tit Trinidad Colo Ben Cormney Drano the Bastm Telephone expert linemen spent a week in this county overhauling and repairing lines and exchanges He left for Lancaster Wednesday Ben made many friends while here andwill be welcomed any old time be should visit Rockcastle again The company bas added many im inthPsl 1 x county 4 i Messr Jrr Hotz law and B T Ju 1Ct fordof Preachersville were Ms of Rev J C Carmical 5yesterday LOCAL five days tillChristnias Ilwellty Thanksgiving servi ces at Presbyterian church Mrs J M Black who used to he Miss Annie Fish of Crab Orchard died in New Mexico last week where she had gone for her health Co sic Sutton has purchased the stock of guodsof Mr M H DeB srd at Elrod Pulaski county His father JJ F Sutt will take charge and run the store C G Henderson the oilman left YVelnesrl y with hlO machiniy to hegira a well on Skugc CTC Besides Mr Henderson the mpj ir ity of those interested Ire Roc c1S le people A first class photographer Mr Cable will he in Mt Vernon next Monday or Tug day and if 3011 dc sire to have a good picture nken leave order at the Signal office It is suggesttd that it it woula simplify matter s and facilitate bus loess if subscribers to telephone would gue the number of their phone instead of answering helloI Try Andrew Jackson one of the boys who run one of the saws at the h indie factory her for months but resigned to accept a position in it wagon factory in Louisville had his right hand sawed off just above the wrist Wednesday He is an industrious and upright young man and we regret very much to hear of his sad misfortune The children under tens years of 31lItXmas the1bestassistance from older heads same will not be published or considered in the contest Ail letters must heI in by Dec r5lh The Biodhead people have ways been regarded as among the most enterprising in the county and this will be further demonstrated when the big illustrated Christmas edition of The Signal is printed containing a picture and write up of every business an professional man in that progressive pity The people all Dyer the count are spe cially interested in that edition we can conservatively state andI will eclipse any number stet ed in Ruckcistle We art leaving no stone unturned to accomplish SUbIIscribe IIAfterfor love of novelty it would H emI John C Vanbook of Somerset and L C Stemple of Indianapolis a traveling salesman for Montgomery Ward Cov were killed in Cincin uaLi Wednesday night by being swept off the top of a Big Four passenger coach by the Carrstreet bridge which barely grazes the car tops A few moments later a second train ground into the still farms and they were frightfully mangled Both were well supplied with money and Vanhook had a note fur 280 froth S M Vanhook payable at Somerset John C Vanhook was a son of S M Vanhook of Level Green and the remains were brought to Somerset Tuesday nigtt and to Level Green Wednesday for burial A WQNDRRFUI DOG Some two weeks ago our towuSt nVilhs Adams went to Wilton Knox courtly for a few days hunt 1taking with him his favorite birdNdog After completing his hunt returned to his home here but left the dog with his son in Wilton One morning this week the dog came in home whisk was quite a sur prie to his matte but nothin w is thought about how he made thetrips dogs have been Known to travel man milejr all alone to get back to ihe r hwe Atcr in vestigatioi Hwrd tint t nO 1ni hail hatle the pas rii Woid Dine a distance of four miles from Wilton and making himself a most congenial passenger was al lowed to remain on the train un till Mt Vtrnou was reached when the dog alighted from the train and trotted off to his home apnar ently as hippy as a ten year of child which had been absent from its parents for months The Rrowu Memorial School is flourishing and its many hiendsare well pleased When you have a visitor or ex rIItpectis a courtesy rairnsce tlwl11 to re port same to Maur local taper takejitThe marry friends of Isomer Wallip were more than glad to hear that he had been acquitted for killing a man while on the police IE fuceat La Fbllette Tel n Horn er has always conducted himself in a ppendid manner and those who Know him have been confidentall the while that when the case cameI to trial he would he rindica jiving lotto iv rngtf th that which vn necissary to sort hi 11Theo p n e Csentson held in Lout vole last month has ben the mean of attrrcting t Ktntnckj a greater tcrcat than has been shown iars past by in ipeyed lost all ovti the country A rem irkable devtN pmelt is now going on in e titers and southeastern portions t the State and uevcr before his suchIsplendid oppolmiLs been ed to capitalists for safe and profit able iuvestnurnts all over Ktl1tuckyI as at the present lime hIS been the interest shown h Kentuckys future the New York Commercial the leading daily trade journal of the metropolis has de cided to issue an edition devoted exclusively to Kentucky and her wonderful resources A stall rep reseiuaiive of that paper has just visited Lancaster and be informs the Kecoid that the resowces ol Garrard comity will be fully P re1 rented in the forthcoming edition We believe an era of greater dtelLopment along industrial lines is now commencing all over the State and that in a few years Kentucky will rank with any of the great States of the Union in Ql1U facto thatlgotry in the world As above stated Lancaster and Garraid pect to be in the push doing theirI part and receiving their reward along with the rest in this wOk Lancaster Recordh Ilrni JIJJIissda h dEllaCahier Peoples Bank Nexv Hope is was a goes at tlse Albright Hotel for te past few daysfirs Jotli Dunn has noiijjlu property in pan is ville She and her most estimable family will move there about pelt- o We dislike very much to give them up but otir lugs will be Dan vines gain Barbec Mcfee spent Thanksgiving with homefolks at Harrodsburg K G Dunn and mother were in Oanvile first of svEekJas Francisco and I3ml theI of LaFollette Tenn are Tuos1CQtrry VlaHutchesongiving with Mrs Hutchescms father Mf McAfee at McAfee Ky IIaudparly Vilmolt of Habershaui TenllI aat home Sunday Miss Eflie Ga lor who has been visiting her I sister Mrs J C Lee e has reiuu ed to her borne at Rnckln aft a very pleasent vjsitofsix weeks duration Mr Dave Hurt was in Louisville Monday and Tuesday J W Tate has been ateudiug the bedsde of his brother Lee Cate at Mt Vernon Chas Pipeof L Follette Tenn is with home folks for a few daysMiss Carrie Fritb of Gum Sulphur was in town Sunday Miss Elizabeth Jones who has been with her sister Virs Martin for several dnyt has return to bar home at RoselandTat lIar Sassy of Bowling Gre n is vis Be iamin YadenJ Bortihg IJr is cltrkiiig for R H Hainin How is t is for a sqiiah Weigh 38 pounds circumference 2 feel 8 inches length 2 feet 9 inches It was raised by Mrs J G Frith Swinford the noted musician has fresh frurts etc always on hands The town trustees have passed a ordinance to the effect that a fine 1of5 to 25 will be imposed for each offense for selling or shooting fireworks and 35 to 50 for the i J w U T 7reckless use of fire arms Look ouIMiss Jennie Doris of Mt is spending n few days with Missj Bettie Kicks and lor this reasons BroclhlacllIClub is progressing iiicely They have 17 members now sad bare a Brodheadslsociety les sons andone of oar boys who deserves especial note as a poet IHe is there with the good is one R Gentry who composed the lbwing on tier club RRODHEAD YOUNG lIENS CLUR are the rag tirhe millionares IIVe for some one to love Aliho our millions are in our dreams 0 Me rae rcsrurc3 laid up above 3u r r Jc li sw cticia t this is tie place dressed ill black bine brown lost try us for the hnndsomest men ud thejoiliest ftlluvv in town At first they wcie quoted at lice rents apiece m as sure as I am slice Since they refuse to purchase at all We arejfiering them two for five trod remember chores no scarce JWeAnd heres the nicest part of all Theyre delivered right at out door Then heres to the Brodhead Young Mens Club O Shell sand Father rimcs ownSC test If more you would know weli ask you To And learn by goIISo let the old roll round and roundI ll her tear out a s But well auswei all whets the roll is called The members of the Brodhead Club tl U AIL n A Singing School will begin at Babel church Saturday Decem her the 2nd conducted by Mr GeorgeThompson of Kubnnks Ky Arch Taylor and and Miss t gie McWilliatris were united in bonds of matrimony llltir thtjl Nov 2r1 Eld Martintin IIJdlicorelatieesnear here tChaiHe prawn returned from Indiana Tnert very little sickness in this imim neighborhood iorngalher lug killin and bird huntingI the order of the day lor and brid1 have gone to house keeping on his new farm Wheal looking fine in this section of the countplc Craig and Me Brown c went to Lancaster Monday on uusc iness Mrs Sfepoii Elder is on the sick list but is corvalsciug Also Jack Mullins is upon foot again Christmas will soon be here and boys what have we gained by lis ing through the past year or has the country been profited by our existance through the year Terns recolve that we will he worth to ourselves our country above all to our Lord during sear 1906 than we have been during the year 1905 Ayers == rFalling stair means weak hair Then strengthen your hair feed it with the only hair food AyerVHajr Vigor It checks falling hair makes the hair lIair Vigor grow completely cures dan drug And It always restores color to gray hair all the rich dark color of early life Mr was ragtag out badly and IRas afraid Inc halt Aj rt and J JOal ollle JCATERCO Awoll lnlllISfor Palling Hair POSTED We the citizens of Rockcastle whose names appear below strictly forbid any hunting or of any kind on our trEsspassingI will prosecute to the law all parties guilty of such WJ2 Graveley I J G Frith 1lahargnLee Coffey Leece 110hn J J Smith Meniffee Mrs Eliza Copk J J Cook r GeojD Moore a = t a 1 Mf r 1 lJV ABSOLUTELY FREE One 7500 Bugggy to the lucky man woman or child who holds the vinningticket IITHwill ie put in a wheel and tin folloivinjr tIlIIIIHtI bore iigivwl to ur is jiiilff ill the winner W L Kithards S C Franklin and K 8 Albright liidbI Ipportunitysort with heot sci hl 1rtu L a r= R alU1I Sr ItI- N MAD CHASEIMillions rush in mad chase after health from one extre ni offaddjism to another when if the eat good food and keop their KingsNewwould all pass away Prompt lief and quick cure for liver and stomach trouble arc at Mt Drug Cos drug store VernonI The Dark Tobacco has sold 5000 hogsheads- to t representative of the Italian Government for S8 85 per hundred The sale will aggregate more than 650000 The Joseph Price Infirmary STANFORD KY Practice limited to Abdominal and Pelvic Surgery General Surgery Die eases Eye Nose Throat Eat Chest Geiiit6iiriniry find Rectal Diseases Diseases of Nervous System Skin and Gastio iiitostinil track This Insti lotion is prepared to administer alas HyllroIItions No contagious diseases ad plomptIALL PiiYSicrANs INVITED TO SEND THEIR PATIENTS HERE Post T EATiIENT Southern Arkansas Lands Ti i ere d rolling perfect drain ge i s w amps good water Grow cowpeasIer a countryporous soil and clay subsoil heap est lands in Southwest Splendid stock country 10 months range Write for Southern Arkansas hooilet anti Homeseekers rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and 21 L O SCHAEFER T P AJCc floss Belt Ronte Cincinnati O IWITH WOMAN TMCTCHARAGTER tnt ltnniiin1ntnntH1tH Willis UNDERTAKER rs FUNERAL DIRECTOR = Mt Ky = j Stock Complete Can furnish on short no ==tice Metnlb Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming = wdoneaw Tine Hearse attached 3 ORDERSby wire Promptly Filled = Phone No 63 czi w HUU Ul1Ul11Ul111Ul U111 11111Ul U1111111 UH lUl11Ul ill l he EllOV Front THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IX COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere No Charge for Prescriptions Childrens Diseases a Specialty y All come for fair treatment raroprPHmm 6 i AJ t s VJJ xv jyv aGRANVILLE UNDERTAKER JitJiSti 47R2RNn S t iiiiiiiiii i Brodhead Ky ZaSia r j Lr t 1- t E MAKERS by F SonyJ llI r V rItYO KENllTCKY a Seven MHSon boxesw post months Criffin LINE IAUVoy 1 Y = Krueger r To Cure a Cold in One D ay ITake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets la 12 This signature PRACTICAL HAND Vernon Hilll THE Sold COMPLETlE pI rlCuresCon j i everyJ 1If you want to buysell or rent any kindof Real Estate in Rockcastle you ought to see us We can always save you money ROCKCASTLE REAL ESTATE CO Mt Yemen Ky E Jb ALBRIGHT SeC 4 t yam ti r Y l I Stubborn Coughs and C lds Obstinate racking coughs that settle on the lungs and may develop into Pneumonia over night are quickly cured by FOLEYS ioNEAsooth- esand heals the inflamed air passages stops the cough heals and strengthens the lungs FOLEYS AND TAR contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and is safest for children and delicate people IIt Remember the nameFOLEYS HONEY AND T1R and insist upon having the genuine as no other remedy Iso safe or as certain in results Up to Die With Croup r Mannington Kyf writes My threeyear of croup the doctor said she could not live I IGivendie I went to the store and got a bottle of Tar The first dose gave quick relief and sizes 2Sc 100 50 cent size contains n and ualt as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six as Refuse ITh SOLD 9m E DE9 BYbMT VERNON DRUG CO THE RESERVISTS A IJarralion Won Over by Revo lutionary Orators ro Mutinous Sailors at Sebastopol THE AUTHORIFIES ARE HELPLESS The Demands of the Mutineers Have to Do With Service Conditions fwd Increase of Pay The Admiralty Council Will Rscorn mend To the Emperor That Imme diate Steps Be Taken To Ameliorate Conditions St Petersburg Nov 28 Though the mutineers at Sebastopol are still masters of the situation at Admiralty Point and though armed parties have apparently free access to the town notwithstanding the announcement by the authorities that the leading to there were blockaded dispatches received from Vice Adm Chougnin commanding the Black Sea fleet present the situation in an optimistic igit These dispatches which were read at an extraordinary council of the admiralty declare that most of the mutineers have decided to surrender with their arms though such action involves trial for mutiny before a courtmartialOn hand dispatches from Sebastopol say that revolutionary ora tors succeeded Monday in winning over a battalion of reservists and that in spite of the arrival of reinforce ments to the number of several thou sand the authorities did not dare to interfere with a review held by the mutineers by the cathedral of St Vlad- ImIr which is in the very heart of town iSo far as known most of the de wands of the mutineers have to do with service conditions including the release of reservists who have served parincreasethe removal of alleged incompetent end brutal officers Beyond a determination to proclaim martial law nothing of a definite na ture has transpired regarding the de cisions arrived at by the admiralty council but it is reported that the council agreed as to the justice of many of the demands made by the mutineers and would recommend to the emperor that immediate steps be taken to ameliorate the conditions otIthe sailors The latest dispatch from Sebastopol says that the mutineers forced the omIcers and crew of the cruiser Otcha loff to leave the ship The crews ofIthe battleships Rostislav and Tria Sviatitalia so far as at present knownI have not mutinied One reserve bat talion however has joined the mutt seers Several companies of the VII na regiment have arrived at Sebasto- pol from Theodosia Martial law has been declared In the fortress THE COMBINED FLEET Eight Warships Arrived at Mitylent Customs Seized Vienna Nov 24he sublime porte has refused the demands of the pow ers for international control of Mace donias finances and appealed to Aus tria to withhold the approach of th allied fleetJ1fleetraeus and will blockade the Darda nelles Germany Is holding aloof cause of recent grants in beI Russia will probably assist The powers will compel the sultan to yield by force if necessary London Nov 28The Daily Mall publishes the following dispatch from Jlitylene dated November 27 Eight warships of the combined fleet arrived here at 8 oclock this morning Adm RItter Von Jedina accompanied by the Austrian consul proceeded to the government house at uumaIturnfices Everything is quietJThe Weeks Business Failures New York Nov 25Business fail ures for the ending November 21 number 224 against 198 last 193 like week of 1904 1C7 1903 182 In 1902 and 189 In 1901 In Canada failures for the week 40 as against 41 last week Havanai d beI 1 d frz yellow and two were rtssiarsod Tho total number of cases is There are now nine cases under treatment and five suspects under observation Premier Balfeur To Resign London Nov 24 Tremendous ac tivity developed in Poitical circles consequent on the circulation of a well founded report that Premier Balfour had derided to resign and make an peal to the country Jews Paraded in New York New York Nov 28Friends rela tives and sons and slaughters of the Odessa Jews paraded in the east side ghetto here In a black draped throng which numbered hundreds and whose members were nearly all immigrants from Odessa Fatal Railroad Collision Paris Ill Nov 28A northbound freight train on the Cairo division ot the Big Four was wrecked at Swaagc Hill near here An unknown man was instantly killed two seriously in jured and tea cars demoished NJ ORiuM IN CHAMBERLAINS VCOUGII RKMBDVJ There is not the least danger in giving Chamberlains Cough Rem edy to litte children as it contains no opium or other harmful drug It has an established reputation of more than thirty years as the mot successful medicine in use for cold croup crud whooping cough It always cures and is pleasant to take Children like it Sold by Chsa C Davis lending druggist TO SOUTIIWESTjCALIFORNIA Best reached via Missouri Pacifi Railway or Iron Mountain Route rromSt Louis Cairo or Memphis reatly reduced Oneway Colonist rates on February 21 March 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas Iodine cud Oklahoma Territories and lumercus points in other Western Mates Great opportunity for the homeseeker or investor 1i1lnt eeker round trip tickets on sale every first and third Tuesdays of each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates arc low Cheaj round trip rates now in effect tr winter resorts of the West anr1 Southwest Liberal limits and st ver privileges Daily llimup rand trd Pullman sleepers from S foiis va Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also pelt sleeperTuesdays days to California without clangs Descriptive literature snap folder etc furnished free For particu lars rates etc consul neare Ticset Agent or address R T C Matthews T P A Room 30 Norton BIdg Louisville Kr jfNew Orleans ea Cuba reached in comfort via OUEN CSCT ROUTE AND SQlT TRW Y THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special 1Sc1idLctrs CINCIUNATI 05 Po P ILDiningand St viamaps and Atlanta Florida Limited 1solidLeire CINCINNATI J KEXINaTON ASII16OAM Day JILcJsonvUIpStvia AtlantaandBlnnn8liiyi SpecialnCincinnati to via PullmanrCharleston tourist tickets at appiyChasWZellDPA klsg J n atrrracos- ceunl HAeer CLCISNAT 0 rlpt1 tt Editor Cured of Lung W L Straub Editor of St When coming across the bay from Port TroubleIcold that affected my throat and lungs I soon recover but I kept jetting worse until I Uoueyand Tar and it cured me The one times times Substitutes roads week the i 38 DollarsTO Ca I ifornia NORTHWESTn =FROM LOUISVILLE VIA TH- EHHenderson Route fv toIMur tana and all intermediate points Ifi kels on sale daily up to including May 15195 rvAlso SPECIAL HoirESEEI ERS Rates to the West and South west on certain dates fErIf you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If jou would travel in comfort see that your ticket readsover the II EN IEll SON UOUrB between Louisville aud St Louis lf8r Free reclining chair cars on all ofour St Louis trains Direct connections St LouisUnion Station withal lines to the SouthwestlJ Gen Pasngs Agt IOUISVIUK KyI TOGO TO ROjSY It is Utiway When Ineed spectacles I go to Franklin at Mt Ver ion and have my eyes testtd cud le does it right When they need changing he does it free of charge He also keeps sewing machine needles for all machines oil belts c Repairs your spectacles when broken your watches and clocks when they dont run ljun30tf TOGO OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb double dailyser vice overthe Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest uid quickest sine from St Louis 101 City of Mexico through San Antonio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis 221 p10 and 820 p mEItgant Dining Car service Wonderful Vlexico is attracting tile investor tnd pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Now TliteratureTicket Agent or address R T G Matthews TV P A Iron Moun tain Route Room 30 Norton Bldg Louisville K- vTEXASi T Ifyfluare contemplating a change why not locate in Texas where the vVinters ne mild and a home can e purchased for whit you pay anally in rent in the North EYs exas offers opportunities for fruit ind ruck groxers riot equaled in countryWriteJrs rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 i NOV7 and 21 L O SCHAEFER T PAV Cotton Belt Route CincinnattO t J0CKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT TERXON KY 0 FARM No IThis farm of IIi acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of tho best farms in the county and will be soft at a bargain the owner being unabl to properly look aster same because of his health The entire farm is under fence J70 acres in cultivation balanc- timbered three houses on farm goo wells and springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FARM No I Consisting of a ores near Conway 100 acres bottom land acres timber good residence and one tenant house Price well worth 100000 liROOOI FARM No 3Afarm of acres located near Maretburg anda very desirable farm 140 acres under fence and in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing spring and well splendid orchard close to school house church and post ollice A most desirable location and splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre true on of this farm butiiobuildings would ha included on the 70 acre tract if a division is mad FAltM No 4PIO acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water Ood orchard Plenty timber to run arm good residence and one tenant louse Can be bought for i5O00Ijretit bargain FARM NO 5So acres of land seen Brush entire and Orlando 20 acres in cultivation balance tim Jled two houses and well watered Will sell cheap FARM No 100 acts tract 3 west Cliff Vernon on Somarset roa 00 acres in cultivation balance titnhcx- nod tWo story residence barn and a necessary outbuildings Large orc and and plenty water Price FARM NO i8o acres near Prov tenon good residents all udder fence 5o acres in cultivation plenty timber to run farm and well watered In one countsPriceFARM NO S214 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and a most desirable farm Price 2000 a bargain6OO GIVEN AWAY 0 Christmas Presents for Subscribers to the Weekly Courier Journal JournHenrya to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Chris milS presents ranging from tqIO o amounting to 600 in a- ltxhtrea ill be four general presents oflOo 50 and 20 and sixteen presents of 30 and 20 to he giver in the state if Kentucky Indiana Tennes eetxaslfississippifiliss- puriVirginiacrnd Alabma The plan is fair and simple Write to h rOnriej Journal Company LOUI vide Ky for a copy of the Weeklv Courier Journal giving full details It will be sent free SR APer Infants and Children Ii4 Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the illIlaturo ofcu T1FRAllCISVAEOf lANDS North east Arkansas river bottom made soil rich as cream for corn wheat oats clover timothy alf lfa fruits and vegetables Yield big crop no failures Open winters Land how cheap but advancing investigate this fall Homeeekers rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and Write for St Francis Valley 2ookletT bLOSG It E FERl5P A C ttQnUtJtJt ut nctn9atl O GUMSULPHURI Dimmers are thick as hops this week A J B uley has a saw mi near town and doing a giut bush messRor r to the wife of 1tC Young the 29 a fie gM Rev n vU fi let legs sppoiniinent Mete ttendfOongltIftt visiting hrnnrha11crt week Mrs Whiter Hurt wis utij her auit th s welkVPII1 erts the boss pump v e s en from out ie 2j n- tlargeren5 jcv touglas Brown is 1to1g nor s s ter Mrs Eli lL lesterman a Crab Orclirfrcl The party givei by Mrs Arch Roberts was larger attended and every nL enjtd god titrehiss Gtorgia Jlye is visiting at Maretburj Mis lil li Hitler is viotiui vrli Orchard Mr A J Btiev is at Livingsuni on Imsinttss Edtiistl ttal calling ti fieiui here first oi the weeclias HnlaJ Vihial11 has LIIII visiting Muses Ella and Cordie Bailey has returned homeMr and Mrs George Hay were in Stanford shopping first ol the weekThe party given In Miss Carrie Frith was largely tended and a pood time was rep r- tedHag killing is all the go our section WOOdstock1is Homer Wallin will return to Lex ington where has accepted a uosi tiOl1 r W C Lutes was on 22 rrldr KITORTURE OF A PREACHER The story ot the torture of Rev 13apIered agonies becausr of a persistent 11hadtried many remedies wislionc relief DisIcmeryand Colds which entirely cured my cough and sated me horn on amphora A grand cure fur dis andisooIPeoplesIwas selected etxmeet August i 2 3 land 4 1006 IFURIOUS FIGHTING Geodchsuuricll ahmy by the use of Electric hitter I unhesitatingly recommend them 11 falland dont intend in the fir un to be without them in the house noudrrfuiicure such a hi case as mine Suld uiuer guarantee to do the sans fr vo by Mt V rnon IJiug to drugs i s TuessiKINGOFyVLL COUGH IBOtCIVRr Mr E G Chase a mill ctrri r of Cantoii Center Conn who li s een in the U S servce fur aSou ixteen years sayste lint ried many cough remedies fur mugs hut Cbambrlills C ugi ienitdy is king ot inand e to e relied upon ev ry time Ue Iso find it the lJst reusedor oughs and colds giving cer ain atutfcctsn the houe For safe by Chas Davis the leading druggist a cseusn ARKS TIX I Tiots Shoes RH iJ eeai4 ami has been made under his per t T infancySAll C Imitations and Tustasj ood are but Ebrr v rifle wHit and endanger the health of si TSxpcriencc ntrain t periment Aic rulcss substitute for Castor Oil Pare go cnisi rj stud Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Ifc can0 r Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic- mbsatlce 1s igc is its guRmntce it destroys Wonns rttt1 allays Fcvcrk css H reuses Diarrhea anti Wind Colic Ii ixlsevcs Teething Troubles cures Constipation asp rr y It assimilates the Food regulates the- Gtorua hud i5ovels giving liealtliy mitt natural sleep Tl naCiLTIE 1iG t1lCS IfricKd 5 r CASgOR t ALV YS Sc rs the Signature of P 1 s Vv d The KM You Have Always Bought 5n Use For Over 30 Years Clara c 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